Pros Need to Pay Close Attention to the Standards and Rules of Rigging. Picture this: An enthusiastic, enterprising fellow decides to hang six large loudspeakers in a warehouse for a weekend party. The overhead beams look strong and secure, and while there's no mounting hardware, the handles on the enclosures look sturdy enough. What could possibly go wrong? OK, before you say, “It could never happen” — yes, it could happen, and it does happen periodically. The lucky ones are those not ...
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